At least four people have been killed and dozens wounded after two mortar bombs struck a square filled with Shi'ite pilgrims in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
The June 10 attack targeted the northwestern district of Kadhimiya, the site of a Shi'ite shrine, and came as pilgrims were gathering ahead of a religious festival to mark the anniversary of the death of medieval Shi'ite imam Moussa al-Kadhim.
Police said the death toll could rise.
Sectarian tensions have been high in Iraq since the withdrawal of U.S. forces in December, with attacks by al-Qaeda-linked Sunni Islamists still reported against Shi'ite targets.
At least 26 people were killed and more than 190 wounded June 4 when a suicide bomber detonated a car packed with explosives outside a Shi'ite affairs building in central Baghdad.
Based on reporting by Reuters, AFP